Doncaster is a historic market town surrounded by green, open spaces. By using car rental in Doncaster, you can visit the many country parks and trails Doncaster has to offer and travel around the countryside...
If you are arriving in Doncaster from the town's airport - Robin Hood airport - then you can pick up your hire car here. Alternatively, you can rent a car in Doncaster from many downtown locations across the town.
For those interested in the arts, there are many museums and art galleries to visit while in Doncaster, as well as cinemas and theatres.
The town is also well known for its racecourse. One of the oldest in Britain, it hosts two of Britain's 31 Group One flat races. The racecourse is also used for functions and live entertainment and has ample parking if you take a trip here.
One of the UK's top five sport and leisure attractions is Doncaster's Dome. It encompasses a range of facilities, including a seven-pool water world, complete with giant flumes and lagoons. There is also a climbing wall, with different routes, for all abilities to conquer.
Continuing with sport, football fans can watch Championship team, Doncaster Rovers, play at the Keepmoat Stadium. Tickets are available to order from the club's website or on the day from the ticket office.
Alternatively, enjoy a family day out at Maize Maze on Boston Park Farm. The maze is open from mid-July to the end of October and is built using forage maize. The rest of the year, the field is harvested to feed the animals on the farm which can be visited year round.
With your Doncaster rental car, you can drive out of the town and visit neighbouring cities and towns during your stay...
Just half an hour south west of Doncaster lies Sheffield. Nestled in the stunning Peak District, the 'steel-city' is a great day out for all the family. A great sporting city, the World Snooker Championships take place here and Don Valley Stadium is used for training by Olympic champion, Jessica Ennis. Home to Ennis as well as traveller Michael Palin and rock band the Arctic Monkeys, Sheffield is bursting with history and culture. The Botanical and Winter Gardens are beautiful to wander around, and for shoppers, Meadow Hall has 280 designer and high street stores to browse.
Barnsley is a 30-minute drive west from Doncaster, which is home to an 18th Century country house, displaying Old Master paintings. York and Leeds are not too far from Doncaster and the Yorkshire coast can be reached easily with your rental car.